Math and Computer Science Field Day
Lake Superior State University
6th Annual Mathematics and Computer Science Field Day
Past activities have included: using software to model Michigan's wolf population or to Fourier transform student voices; programming Arduino robots to perform a task; playing statistics games with M&Ms; and exploring origami and mathematics. New activities are announced every year in September.
Registration is free and includes lunch. Contact Dr. Robert Kipka (email@example.com) for details or registration.
Programming Arduino robots
Using software to model the growth of Michigan's wolf population
Only One Will Do
Exploring the fold and cut theorem, connecting mathematics and art.